|Reviews for In the Fire Caves|
| Story chapter 2 . 2/16/2009
"Dukat was transforming, becoming nonlinear. In time he might become a Pah-wraith, but first he must become a Prophet. It would suit him. He would watch, unacting, while Bajorans suffered and gave their lives for his sake. When they died, unanswered, they would call to him lovingly with their dying breath."
Wow. Being a Prophet really is exactly what Dukat has always wanted, isn't it? This is so profoundly, deeply true that I am blown away by your insight, and by extension this story.
| Sthrissa chapter 6 . 7/30/2008
Oh this is wonderful.
| Lady Henrietta chapter 6 . 1/22/2008
This is really good, very poetic. I flows well too. I like how the Fire Caves aren't really sealed. It's an interesting idea. I like Winn's perspective and it's very true to her character. The end too, is quite intriguing with the way she responds to Dukat, and the way he responds to her. He wanted to hear that he was 'of Bajor' too. It seems like she becomes 'non-linear' in the end and is able to talk to those who have been silent from her for so long. Nice job :D.